Despite a down economy, new restaurants are popping up throughout Wine Country like shittakes after a good rain.
Midwestern-inspired casual sausage and burger eatery in Healdsburg
At Agave Mexican restaurant, authentic Oaxacan mole negro is on the menu daily in Healdsburg
Frank & Ernie’s is a locals-only kind of spot that’s not life changing, but always satisfying
Healdsburg olive oil producer opens a new retail location
Ancient Burgundies and New World pinots rub elbows at this metro-chic Healdsburg Tasting Room
Healdsburg’s best luxe bar scene is complimented by eco-chic and Cal-Mediterranean small plates
Chef Mateo Granados is behind the range of the next big thing in Wine Country: A pop-up eatery devoted to modern Yucatan cuisine. In a barn. In a vineyard. And that’s all I can tell you.
Healdsburg seafood restaurant is a top pick for local half-shells, small plates and seafood
Fresh bread, elegant wedding cakes, and a tasty cafe to have your sandwich and eat it too in Healdsburg
BiteClub finds where to get the best frozen yogurt, ice cream and gelato in Sonoma County and Napa
Zin Restaurant’s Brownie Sundae, plus more great Wine Country spots to grab a killer brownie
Where to find the best artisan olive oil in Sonoma & Wine Country
Top restaurants for vegetarians, vegans, raw foods in Wine Country
Riffing on American regional favorites Zin Chef Jeff Mall feeds the need for dishes just like mom used to make. Only a lot better.
Off-beat spots to brunch away your Sunday — on Easter and beyond.
Healdsburg’s hautest eatery has garnered enough culinary stars to light up most of Wine Country, yet remains as friendly and hospitable as the day it opened.
Cyrus Restaurant in Healdsburg is one of Wine Country’s most luxurious dining experiences, now with a vegetarian menu
Hot Dogs: Though Wine Country doesn’t even register among the top hot dog consuming spots (New York is, not surprisingly number 1 with LA coming in second) a handful of doggeries have opened in recent months to rave reviews. Uh, especially among local chefs who among their most rabid fans.
A lot of restaurants are talking a big game about using local foods, but the reality of securing what they need in a timely manner can be a whole other story. Enter Fork & Shovel, which is hosting a kickoff party Oct. 5 with a stellar lineup of farmers and chefs. Some of the biggest names in the local food biz are gather on Sunday, Oct. 5 in Healsburg to kick off a fundraiser for Fork & Shovel, a direct link between local...